Organized by the Department of Culture of the City veratense, It has been inaugurated in the Convent of the Victory sign painter Vera Pedro S. Carrasco, under the title 'Moments, will run until the next day 15. Forty-one works make up the exhibition of an artist who for the past 25 years has made several trips to the American coast and the Caribbean, experiences that have led to an emotional springboard to develop their personal pictorial style.
Pedro S. Carrasco, born in Madrid and trapped by the art when his family sent him to England to pursue his studies of bachelor, he began to develop his artistic activity after graduation. Later, after a stint as creative director in one of the world's most important agencies, he moved to the German city of Stuttgart.
Heavily influenced by painting E. Hopper and bases of Impressionism made in its early years, He has completed today what is already its distinctive artistic style, according to the same Carrasco, "Was born in the American hyperrealism of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries in seeking simplification of concepts. this simplification, not simpleza, It has always been my best ally ". "Today I join with those strokes of life itself pure wealth of French Impressionism", concludes.